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, everyone. happy new year's eve. i'm eric bolling with kimberly guilfoyle, juan williams, andrea tantaros, greg gutfeld. the count down is on. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> eric: 2012 is coming to a close. fired up and ready to go for 2013. it's been quite a year, guys. go through "the five"'s biggest stories and worst stories but go around the table quickly. new year's eve. kimberly, love it or hate it? >> kimberly: i love new year's eve. it usually work new year's eve. but you get off in midnight just in time for celebratory inebry yens. >> eric: how you? >> juan: i'm not crazy about it. i bet somebody else is having a better time. >> eric: that is sad. >> juan: going at it. >> kimberly: glass half ful full. >> juan: but i think i make you in puerto rico around new year's eve. it ran in geraldo at the restaurant and i thought it was fox in puerto rico. >> eric: we met in a hot tub. [ laughter ] i think that is juan williams. >> andrea: is that where the story ends? >> eric: i'm walking across a pool, walking by, drink in my hand. walk over and i think that's juan williams in the hot tu
new year's eve. i'm eric bolling with kimberly guilfoyle, juan williams, andrea tantaros, greg gutfeld. the count down is on. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> eric: 2012 is coming to a close. fired up and ready to go for 2013. it's been quite a year, guys. go through "the five"'s biggest stories and worst stories but go around the table quickly. new year's eve. kimberly, love it or hate it? >> kimberly: i love new year's eve. it usually work new year's eve. but you get off in midnight just in time for celebratory inebry yens. >> eric: how you? >> juan: i'm not crazy about it. i bet somebody else is having a better time. >> eric: that is sad. >> juan: going at it. >> kimberly: glass half ful full. >> juan: but i think i make you in puerto rico around new year's eve. it ran in geraldo at the restaurant and i thought it was fox in puerto rico. >> eric: we met in a hot tub. [ laughter ] i think that is juan williams. >> andrea: is that where the story ends? >> eric: i'm walking across a pool, walking by, drink in my hand. walk over and i think that's juan williams in the hot tub. juan? hey,
: hello, everyone. happy new year's eve. i'm eric bolling with kimberly guilfoyle, juan williams, andrea tantaros, gregoire. the countdown is on. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> eric: 2012 is coming to a close. fired up and ready to go for 2013. it's been quite a year, guys. go through "the five"'s biggest stories and worst stories but go around the table quickly. new year's eve. kimberly, love it or hate it? >> kimberly: i love new year's eve. it usually work new year's eve. but you get off in midnight just in time for celebratory inebry yens. >> eric: how you? >> juan: i'm not crazy about it. i bet somebody else is having a better time. >> eric: that is sad. >> juan: going at it. >> kimberly: glass half ful full. >> juan: but i think i make you in puerto rico around new year's eve. it ran in geraldo at the restaurant and i thought it was fox in puerto rico. >> eric: we met in a hot tub. [ laughter ] i think that is juan williams. >> andrea: is that where the story ends? >> eric: i'm walking across a pool, walking by, drink in my hand. walk over and i think that's juan williams in the ho
: how you? >> juan: i'm not crazy about it. i bet somebody else is having a better time. >> eric: that is sad. >> juan: going at it. >> kimberly: glass half ful full. >> juan: but i think i make you in puerto rico around new year's eve. it ran in geraldo at the restaurant and i thought it was fox in puerto rico. >> eric: we met in a hot tub. [ laughter ] i think that is juan williams. >> andrea: is that where the story ends? >> eric: i'm walking across a pool, walking by, drink in my hand. walk over and i think that's juan williams in the hot tub. juan? hey, bolling. just what reese up, dude? >> eric: i love new year's eve. it's my second favorite holiday. fourth of july is my favorite, midto feel summer. new year's eve is second. happy time of the jeer. >> andrea: i don't have any fun hot tub stories. >> kimberly: that you went to share. >> andrea: i actually like it. i used to not like it. inused to think it was totally overrated. i still kind of do, but i don't know. the last couple of new year's have been fun. i'm in to it. tonight will be a good night. >> greg: you remind me
of the entire" which is a film based on juan's book. he is a journalist extraordinary. he has been on "democracy now!" from the beginning, almost 17 years ago. the film explores how u.s. intervention in latin america and the caribbean forced millions of people to leave their homes to migrate to the united states. we will play an excerpt of a conversation that i had with juan as well as the film's co- director. i want to encourage you to call in as we go to clips of the film in the interview because the faster you call in, the more of the interview we can play. the number to call, at the bottom of your screen drought the show, 866-359-4334. 866-359-4334. if you would like to get a copy of this remarkable film that is opening all over the country in march, call in right now and pledged $100. "harvested in higher" is yours. if you pledge $100, you can also get the book of juan gonzalez, which the film is booked on. at holiday time, just a few weeks ago, the curators of the smithsonian recommended reading his book, which is required reading in classrooms across the country. it is an am
, the alliance for progress era, that the united states now was the enemy of change because, obviously, juan bosch was not a revolutionary by any stretch of the imagination. he was a liberal democrat who wanted to have land reform and wanted to have basic changes in the lives of the dominican people. so when the u.s. government basically pack the coup against him, isn't the message throughout latin america that the -- is sent a message throughout latin america that our government was going to be the enemy of real social change in the region. and that lasted really until the 1990's. until the new era that has developed and latin america social progress of governments being elected to power, getting rid of all dictatorships, old rule by the popular -- military, and giving the popular will a chance to bring more progressive leaders to power. but that really was from the 1960's to the 1990's, you have throughout latin america, the role of these dictators and military leaders that were largely backed by the united states. >> i want to go to a part of the film that deals with the assassination of
your friends $10. and pick them up and drop them off. make cash. >> kimberly: key master. >> juan: high five from "the five" on that. too many people take it lightly. >> eric: we have to leave it there. going to greg but he went already. leave it there. thank you for joining us tonight and throughout the year. we have the greatest fans on the planet. thank you. we also wish a happy new year to bob and dana. cheers to you guys. here is to making my prediction the reality. "the five" number one in 2013. let's do it everybody. of course to the troops whose commitment to freedom keeps us safe, sound and secure. thanks to all. good night, everyone. be careful out there tonight. let's do this. >> kimberly: happy new the o'reilly factor is on tonight. >> a talking points bonanza. is traditional america gone for good? that's the subject of this evening's talking points coming. we'll bring you some of the most provocative talking points of the year including our exclusive analysis of war on christmas. >> the progressives and the elit elites, they've sought to diminish traditional religion in the
a very special person to make that ham. juan williams, lou dobbs will weigh in. it doesn't matter if you're a socialist or a capitalist we're talking about government subsidizing and incentivizing behavior. it's a special talking points of the factor right now. fill in the blanks. listed things-- >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. hi, i'm bill o'reilly, thanks for watching us tonight for this very special talking points edition of the "the factor". we begin with the war on christmas, the big picture. whenever the far left envisioned for the attacks, you're on to something. we report secular assaults on christmas. the crazy left loons begin a vitriolic campaign to diminish me and this program. there's a reason why they are doing that and it's nothing to do with santa claus. let's take it step by step. no one tells you a person could possibly see a secular display of christmas as an imposition of religion. when the rockefeller christmas tree was lighted last night, no one threw themselves to the ground screaming about jesus. that did not hap
is favorable to illegal aliens? we'll discuss it with carl rove, juan williams and mary catherine ham. [shouting] >> give me those. >> bill: a new move to shame americans who are overweight. they say the shaming is health-driven. but is it really? >> cannon ball. >> caution, you where to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly, thanks for watching us tonight. barack obama and hillary clinton friends forever. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. disappointing interview on 60 minutes last night. i didn't learn very much. in fact, i didn't learn anything. the theme seemed to be the world is a dangerous and complicated place. >> we also live in a dangerous world. and, you know, the people i'm proud to serve and work with in our diplomatic and development personnel ranks, they know it's a dangerous and risky world. >> it is a dangerous world and that's part of the reason why we have to continue to get better. >> we live not only in a dangerous but an incredibly complicated world right now with many different forces at work.
ramon adame, hoy es el día en que juan camillo podrá estar con la familia, carlos ntiene más información. >> amigos y familiares tienen pocas horas, por que serán repatriados de guahaca méxico. >> javier se logro poner a salvo de las olas. >> después del accidente no los volvi a ver hasta hoy. >> el oleaje los arrastro hasta el mar, gabriel dijo que tuvo la ultima conversación con juan y carlitos. >> siempre los recordare. >> carlistos había pescado robalos. >> el niño pues, era el que estaba pescando mas . >> los escamilo, habían perdido la casa en diciembre, juan quería seguir adelante. >> el último deseo era que le pusieran la banda. >> ♪ es una familia que convive. >> la familia se siente tistre, pero aceptan el designio de dios. >> ♪ los cuerpos del padre e hijo serán repatriados el jueves. >> la persona tratada de homocidio, hernan se presento a la corte, cuando hernandez, forcejeo con un imputado, y el quiso arrancar, por lo que disparo. >> el juez pidio más tiempo par ael caso, mantendremos informados. >> un pandillero, ruby flores de 24 años, ataco a una persona
tranquilidad a algunos vecinos. juan sanchez/residente de la zona una media hora mas seguro, si eso es seguridad, no es nada, porque la presion del agua todos sabemos lava la tierra por abajo algunos de ellos hoy nuevamente reclamaron una solucion permanente sofia ramos/residente de la zona pienso que es pura desidia porque eso ya habia pasado en efecto en 1998 se dieron otras inundaciones provocadas por este rio...a raiz de esto se creo un proyecto masivo de nuevos diques, que despues de 14 anos, apenas van a ser realidad. len materman/dir.autorida d conjunta rio san francisquito i would say.., primero que todo es un proyecto muy costoso, explico el director del organismo que dirige el proyecto. agrego que ha sido dificil para los gobiernos locales conseguir los 24 millones de dolares que cuesta. ademas el proyecto incluye a varias ciudades y jurisdicciones por lo que se tuvo que crear un organismo especial para dirigirlo...la buena noticia es que a finales del verano se empezara ya la construccion de un nuevo sistema permanente que protegera 3 mil casas y negocios de los peligros del
that with us is juan williams and mary katharineham. if you were advising the president take look what we got and look at reform in entitlements, that's what you would say to him, wouldn't you. >> he has got to look at reforming entitlements. that's part of the legacy is he trying to build, bill. i think it's very important for him to look at spending at part of this package. but let me just tell you, i don't care he is an idealogue. i don't think he is any far left winger as you apparently do. i think? this guy is a brag pragmatist. he has won two majorities of the american people and you don't do that if you are far left or far right in this country. >> bill: i don't know. we have a changing electorate as we pointed out. i'm not so sure about that mary katharine, do you think that the president, a, number one an idealogue and number two will go in for more tax revenue thereby setting up blood bath that's not going to get us anywhere. >> i think is he a liberal guy who is good of sounding like is he a more of a centrist. as a liberal he is committed to pretty much desperately avoiding the id
goldberg, juan williams and mary katharine ham. caution, you where to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. hi i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. inauguration address number 57. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. first inaugural address given on april 30th, 1879 by george washington. not to the folks. washington spoke directly to congress. he appealed to the new leaders to be moral and just and he invoked god and heaven saying, quote: smiles of heaven can never be expected on a nation that disregards the eternal rules of order and right, which heaven itself has ordained. unquote. george washington appealing for justice. fast forward to 2013, president obama made a similar appeal. rather than focusing on america's vexing problems like an exploding debt and a weak economy, mr. obama put forth that the nation's top priority must be imposing social justice. >> we must make the hard choices to reduce the cost of healthcare and the size of our deficit. but we reject the belief that america must choose between caring for the generation who
guilfoyle and juan williams will be here tonight and plus our examples of media bias, first, here is how this story unfolded. yesterday, deadspin.com broke the news that manti's girlfriend never existed. the college fans rallied around the irish football player after he claimed that his grandmother and girlfriend died on the exact same day in december. and listen what he told about his fake girlfriend back in october. watch this. >> i've seen the most beautiful girl i've ever met. not the because of her physical beauty, but the beauty of her -- of her character and who she is. she is just that person that i turn to. when you have somebody that you talk to every single day that you speak with on the phone because she is going through a lot of things and the only way that she can sleep if she knows i'm on the other side of the phone and you can do that every single night, every single night for the past four months and all of a sudden, it's silence, dead silence, really eats at you. >> sean: now, manti is defending himself saying he was the one who was duped and yesterday he released a sta
'm a young man. of handsome appearance. what an incredible conceit. a don juan, perhaps, or maybe you are a joseph. yes, i do believe you are a joseph. do you? i almost fear it. just so it happens. have you something in your eye? it's the melodrama of this play, i always knew. it's going back to oedipus. [laughter] oh, we have been here before. nothing. it's just a pair of brooches. [laughter] there. now it's gone. kiss my hand and thank me. miss julie, yes. there. it's gone. kiss my hand and thank me. miss julie, listen to me. christine has gone to bed now. - would you listen to me? - kiss my hand first. - listen to me. - kiss my hand first. okay. joking or serious? the now "kiss my hand" again, you know, seem such a destructive, you know-- - that's right. --thing that she does. you know, just to go back into it. and it's--it's in bits like that and a bit like where he orders her to come out for the lilac. that i think--you know, i think of her with an accent, you know? where she reverts into almost a parody of her own social position. oh, do you think it's like that? now, well, it's
that will be favorable to illegal immigrants. >> bill: joining us now from washington, both fox news analysts. juan, i know you want immigration reform but what about the 37% of immigrants families and for illegal immigrants, number is 47%, that are on some kinds of means-tested welfare? what i'm getting at here is i understand that it's a political strategy. i think everybody does. but if you legalize everybody that is here, and they get more on the welfare entitlement train which they are now, i don't know if that is good for the nation, juan. >> well, you know, look. a agree with you about welfare and fraud. if it seems to me any -- we have an issue with fraud we need to eliminate it. i think you're framing this question wrong. i think immigrants generate economic activity. they hike gdp, they hike consumer spending. immigrants create jobs. 18% american small business owners are immigrants. when you get to 60% of the population, but you dough noe what? a third of engineers and sciences, doctors. >> bill: that is old. immigrants drive achievement in america. and always vchl you know? nobody, i don't
estufa de la casa pero ese es peligroso , juan carlos , iba a su casa pensando como iba a combatir el frío . >>> a pesar de que juan carlos trata de mantenerse caliente . >>> te atreve sa encender un horno . >>> podrías dormír un vehículo . >>> no creo . >>> juan carlos hace bien ?por que eso precisamente el departamento de bomberos trata de alertar al público una de las cosas que las personas tienen que estar alertas si entran a su casa , queman carbon eso puede producir monoxido de carbono la persona puede morir tu sabes que hay algunas personas que encienden el horno de su casa para poder calentarse ? ñ. >>> oye pero eso es peligroso . >>> si es peligroso ha dicho muchas veces , por razón de dinero , se pone a hacer tortillas la otra advertencia es que puede provocar incendios y puede producir la muerte . >>> una de las recomendaciones generales , de los bomberos , es que las personas , compran detector de monoxido de carbono . >;>> gracias , en okland una obstruccion , en una tuberia , lo limita , los administradores , pusieron una restriccion en el pabellon el uso del metal l
gracias y pasando a otras noticias la fiscalia en contra de alvaro uribe, juan carlos nos dice de qué se acusa a uribe y por qué no lo proetege. >> lo novedoso es que será juzgado por una holgada mayoria, apoyo la creacion de un grupo para militar en la finca de su padre además también esta incluido su hermano. >> esperamos qe sandra esa investigación sea valorada. >> el ex presidente descalifico a los testigos. >> venganza criminal, la semana pasada cuase infamia en mi contra. >> juan guillermo monsalve no ees el unico haber sido el testigo. >> gobernador para esa época quien me llevo allá ya siendo miembro de la defensa y como tal lo supo el señor gobierno. >> miguel de la estrella un ex senador ocndenado ya, aseguro que estos apoyaron la primer elección de alvaro uribe. >> cursan 284 procesos en contra de uribe, sin embargo en estos si esta protegido. >> en bogota colombia, univisión. >> uno de los videos muestra como lanzan cohetes en la capital de damasco,. >> la familia de robert secuestrado en iran, el hombre se ve encadenado y cada una de las fotos se ve con un cartel
traditional back but itcome will take a very special person to make that happen. >> bill: laura ingraham, juan williams, mary katharine ham and lou dobbs will all weigh in. doesn't matter if you are a socialist or capitalist. we are talking about government subsidizing and incentivizing behavior. >> a special talking points edition of the factor right now. >> you have to fill in the blank. i just listed 8 things. what did they vote for? caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone the factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight for this very special talking points edition of the factor. we begin with the war on christmas, the big picture. whenever the far left viciously attacks you know you are on to ssmght every year when we report secular progressive assaults on the traditions of christmas, the crazy left loons gain i have the tri ole lick campaign to diminish me and this program. there is a reason why they are doing that and it has nothing to do with santa claus. let's take it step-by-step. no one tells you a person could possibly see a secula
to print the names of legal gun owners. how about juan williams who defended the newspaper digest that? then a factor exclusive the former marines injustly incarcerated in mexico will tell us his story. i had a massive he. bayer aspirin was the first thing the emts gave me. now, i'm on a bayer aspirin regimen. [ male announcer ] be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. [ woman ] learn from my story. ♪ [ male announcer ] let's take every drop of courage, every ounce of inspiration, every bit of determination, and go where we've never gone before. ♪ introducing the radically new avalon. toyota. let's go places. but for most of us it represents something more. it's the time of year that we have all waited for. when we sit on the edge of our seats for four quarters. it represents players reaching a childhood dream. the biggest stage there is in sports. a time when legacies are made. where a magical play can happen every snap, and you remember exactly where you were when it does. watch every moment of super bowl xlvii live on nfl mobile. bringing the big game
nombre de un programa, pero el nÚmero postal con mayor hispanos al paÍs, al sur de california, juan carlos cuenta quÉ encontrÓ ahÍ. >>> el sabor latino se siente, se respira y aprecia en cada rincÓn del sur de california. aquÍ tenemos un restaurante salvadoreÑo, mexicano, salvadoreÑos por todos lados. >>> se siente contento de estar mÁs cerca de su paÍs de alguna manera. >>> sÍ, si, se siente bien uno, aquÍ rodeado de mucho hispano. >>> le presento al Área que conforma el cÓdigo postal 90-201 estÁ la ciudad de (nombre en inglÉs) el que cuenta con el mayor nÚmero de hispanos en toda la naciÓn, de hecho, segÚn cifras del mÁs reciente censo, el 4. 4% de la poblaciÓn es blanca, no hispana, la seÑora rodrÍguez que vive aqui hace 20 aÑos, dice que ver blancos no latinos es raro. >>> la verdad que no. uno que otro pasarÁ en carro, no los veo. >>> la tez morena combina con anuncios en espaÑol de la tienda, restaurantes y negocios que abundan. haciendo sentir a muchos residentes como si estuvieran en su paÍs natal. >>> se siente mÁs a gusto con la gente y cÓmodo.
hermana rosie de qué hacer con su capital y a quién dar la custodia de uss hijos, juan carlos gonzález tiene dlsl de la polémica que se ha desatado por este documento. >>> se calcula que jenni rivera dejó bienes por la cantidad aproximada de 25 millones de dólares, la pregunta que surge es quién se quedará con su fortuna, supuesta dejó una carta a su hermana rossie, pero la pregunta es saber si la carta tiene poder legal o no. >>>e n california la ley dice que uno puede dejar una carta de instrucciones, pero es más como un testamento. >>> agrega la abogada que tiene que haber mvarios requisitos. >>> que la persona que escribió esa carta no tenía mala influencia y que lo hacía de su propia voluntad, y que la mayor parte sea escrita y firmada en puño y letra. >>> pero asesores de ela cantante dicen que ella dejó un fideicomiso. >>> un fideicomiso es más compleot que una carta, que un trestamento, porque detalla los deseos de en este caso jenni rivera. >>> sería muy difícil ctuar contra ese documento . >>> un documento completo como lo es un fideicomiso tien el poder y a
menores de edad y sus jefes que los protegieron, serán publicados, es la decisión que tomó un juez, juan carlos gonzález con la información. >>> que se den a conocer los nombres de los sacerdotes y también los encargados de cubrir sus fechorías es el dictamen de la jueza emily elías. >>> la justicia sí se hace de una forma muy despacio. >>> manuel no solo espera que venga el nombre del sacerdote que abusó dc él cuando era monaguillo, sino que también venga su paradero. >>> no sé de él, anda escondido en unas montañas, es un sacerdote allá, pero si alguien tiene información del padre fidencio silva, por favor que s epongfan en contacto conmigo. >>> la jueza dice que todos tiene derecho de saber quiénes manejaron las denuncias de abuso sexual. >>> tenían bastante información y no hicieron nada. >>> la decisión revierte otras órdenes judiciales que excluía a sacerdotes que tenían una acusación en su contra. >>> se dice que hay aproximadamente 30 mil documentos en los cuales se detallanlos abusos de los sacerdotes, archivos sicológicos, médicos, incluso correspondenci
, pero aquÍ viven 2 millones y medio. juan carlos gonzÁlez nos dice el futuro proceso. >>> organizaciones ven como un triunfo la medida tomada de permitir que voten desde el extranjero. >>> es un paso positivo, es una lastima que haya tomado 10 aÑos. >>> beneficiarÍa a 3 millones de salvadoreÑos que estÁn en pdistintas partes del mundo, y o sÓlo a los que estÁn en estados unidos y canadÁ. aprobÓ la ley mediante mayorÍa, 82 de los 84 diputados votaron a favor. en los Ángeles donde viven uno de los 2 millones de salvadoreÑos la noticia se recibiÓ bien. >>> buscar la manera de mejorar la vida para los que estÁn alla. el cÓnsul explico que serÁn elegibles, hijos y posteriores generaciones siempre y cuando adopten la nacionalidad. >>> se les va a enviar un sobre debidamente sellado donde van a venir las papeletas. >>> y luego devolverÁn la bol a boleta. >>> esperan que muchos tramiten ya el documento nacional de identidad y serÍa el requisito para participar desde el exterior. se calcula que 300 mil participaran. esta seÑora no serÁ una de ellas. >>> votemos por blieneo vot
in the panel. steve hayes for the "weekly standard." juan williams, columnist with the hill. syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. okay, steve. we saw earlier an amendment offered by south carolina's mick mulvaney to pay for $17 billion in disaster relief was shut down. now there is another effort to scale back the overall packag package. what about this debate and how it's playing out? >> it's a good debate. what we saw with the mulvane amendment was telling. republicans were voting 2 to 1 in favor of the amendment which would have taken the $17 billion and offset it by making $1.6% cut to discretionary spending across the board. that is a perfectly reasonablebe proposal. most republicans voting for it. what is discouraging you got so little real attention from democrats and it was criticized so heavily in such, i think a demagogic manner by some other republicans. you had hal rogers,be chairman of the house appropriations committee suggest that the cuts, 1.6% of discretionary spending, those cuts would be devastating slash and burn cu cuts. that is false. it wouldn't be. we can ha
juzgará juan la justicia divian. >>cruz lozano fue solo acusado de las dos muertes. queremos hacer hincapie que estas son sus alegaciones, el departamento de investigación de univisión hablo con la familia de bryan terry. actualmente hay en custodia tres acusados, en méxico y estados unidos >>estaba siendo encauzado, vemos su rostro, le dimos su respetamos su palabra y no mostramos su rostro. >>muchas gracias, natalia, por esta feliz tarde. .muchas gracias por acompañarnos ,estas son las noticias, lance armstrong aceptó el dopaje. sicario confiesa su crimen ante camaras de univisión y se entrega carolina del sur podría entregar licencias de manejo a dreamers. >>mucha precaución en aeropuerto, podría haber un ladrón al acecho, tenemos imágenes, comenzamos. >>muy buenas noches, uno de los atletas más celebrados de las historia, el ciclista lance armstrong, acepto esta noche que utilizo sustancias prohibidas dijio que no habria logrado la hazaña sin haberse dopado >>lance armstrong puso fin a una decada de mentiras, durante años nego haberse dopado para lograr los siete
. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman with juan gonzalez. >> welcome to all our listeners and viewers from around the country and around the world. venezuela has postponed today's president inauguration as hugo chÁvez remains hospitalized in cuba after complications fromm a fourth cancer operation. the 58-year-old chÁvez who was first elected in 1998, has not been seen in public nor heard from since his surgery on december 11. the postponement of the inauguration has set off a political crisis in venezuela. on wednesday, venezuela's top court ruled that chÁvez could begin a new term today and be sworn in later before the court. by president nicolas maduro who is now in charge of the day-to- day government praised the ruling. >> in the name of the legitimate government of the commander president who was reelected by the venezuelan people, the leader of this model land, the government obeys the decision of the supreme court of justice. their word and their voice is sacred. >> opposition politicians in venezuela have argued the line president chÁvez's
report. i'm amy goodman with juan gonzalez. >> welcome to all our listeners and viewers from around the country and around the world. we begin in india where six men had been formally charged with the gang rape and murder of a 23-year-old student on a moving bus. the woman identified only by the hindi word for fearless, nirbhaya, died from her injuries on december 29 in a hospital in singapore where she was flown for special treatment. police are likely to press murder charges and seek the death penalty for the five adults. and tuesday, the woman's ashes were scattered in the ganges river, and many new year's celebrations were canceled as mourners honored her memory. the woman was so badly mutilated she needed a gut transplant, but ultimately succumbed to severe organ failure. in her memory, hundreds of thousands of people took part in a candlelight vigil and called for perpetrators to be punished. >> being a woman, i see it is not just about these six people, it is about admitting child abuse, domestic violence, rape, molestation. a very simple thing we can do, men and women, is we
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